, hong kong
, joseph lai
, giant robots
, alien invasion
, annoying robots
, space battle
Run time 58 minutesProducer Joseph LaiAudio/Visual mono, color
Is a microscopic giant robot still a giant robot?
And do our bodies really contain microscopic planets, suns, galaxies, and so on?
According to this movie, the answer is YES.
Another masterwork mash-up of various Korean animations by Hong Kong schlockmeister Joseph Lai, watching this movie will redefine "pain" in your mind.
From an outside review
So basically, it’s The Fantastic Voyage but with giant robots and Robin Hood’s Merry Men.
August 6, 2011
Hi I doubt that anything will ever unseat Space Thunder Kids as the king of the Joseph Lai animated titles, but Space Transformers comes awful close. It’s packed with action, as most of the films are, and everything about it is just so weird. And the culmination of the in-body battle is just bizarre. Suddenly, everything gets super melodramatic and full of tragedy, and there’s a nuclear explosion, which can’t be good for Ivy. Then everyone inside her dies. At least I think they do. Honestly, it’s pretty hard to tell what actually happens. And it doesn’t really matter since, in the end, Ivy has absolutely nothing to do with the war against the aliens.[url=http://iphonereleases.com/]iPhone[/url]
July 11, 2011
Seeing the other 2000 downloaders couldnt be bothered to post a review then i will!, the animation is a bit lo-tech but but its bearable,it reminds me of any 1980s animated cartoon,its chessy but fun, i only watched the first 15 minties of the movie but im 99% sure that the movie is suitable for children ( although very young children might find it a little scary,although i doubt they would?) i dont know if its worth a 1.7 gigabyte download, i would probably get the ogg or mp4 version.